The two new models include the Cross Country 8-Ball (pictured, right) and the Cross Roads 8-Ball (pictured, left). Both new models are available only in black, and they have an MSRP of $17,999 and $15,999, respectively. Both of the new baggers have a Freedom 106/6 V-Twin powertrain and are designed as stripped-down, lower-priced models.
Victory’s new bagger options continue with the introduction of the Victory Cross Country Factory Custom Paint program. Riders can choose a paint scheme designed by Victory when they purchase their Cross Country. The program is designed for quick ordering and limited production, allowing the motorcycle to be ordered and delivered to a rider’s dealership in a couple of weeks.
The Ness Signature Series is the other new addition to Victory’s Cross Country options. Three generations of the Ness family – Arlen, Cory and Zach – designed the bagger with red and black paint, and details that include a chromed engine with diamond-cut cylinder fans. Each bike comes with an original autographed and framed photo of the Ness trio and a limited-edition plate uniquely numbered to match the motorcycle. The Ness Signature Series Cross Country has an MSRP of $22,999.
While the biggest changes to the Victory line are in the bagger division, other existing models received updates. The Victory High-Ball now comes with a round headlight, and there are two available versions. The Suede Black and White (MSRP $13,499) has cast wheels, while the Suede Black with Flames (MSRP $14,499) has traditional spoked wheels and a flame paint scheme.
The Victory Jackpot has also been updated with a round headlight, as well as a color-matched frame and the lowest MSRP in its history at $15,999. The Judge has a new ergonomic layout and comes in both Gloss Black (MSRP $13,999) and Havasu Red (MSRP $14,399).
Posted by Beth Dolgner. Images courtesy of Victory.